• Gallery 101 / Galerie 101 Ottawa August 29 To October 12, 2002 Montréal, Arts Interculturels Montréal March 5 To April 5, 2003 The Khyber Centre For The Arts Halifax May 12 To June 7, 2003 Owens Art Gallery Sackville September 12 To...
  • In Bax’wana’tsi : the Container for Souls, Marianne Nicolson shares an affirmation of her Dzawada’enuxw traditional culture and language, as well as a reassertion of an old belief in the human balance between the body and the soul....
  • In Collaboration with The Aboriginal Curatorial Collective Stephen Foster and Maria Hupfield both create tension and balance in their staged photographic tableaus. The works address power relations that are equally personal and community...
  • One is an island lost in a sea of others or alone haplessly adrift. These are just two of the impressions that one could garner from the photographic work of Robyn Cumming; another may be a state of denial. Her large photographs depict...
  • Anthea Black will be presenting information about the artist-run centres listed below and will link issues specific to Alberta, yet also shared by centres and local artists in Ottawa today.
  • The evidence has been gathered. The truth though is I am stuck. I learn about Karen Henderson's plans, yet underlying all along has been my certainty that I know nothing about it at all. I could describe intentions and the moving of...
  • What secrets can a city reveal as metaphors? What effect can it have on the imagination of those who keep it company? Both real and a construction of the real, what incarnation does a city have in our personal fictions? Cities are complex...
  • Having a conversation with Chris Flower is a bit like playing a pinball machine. Thoughts ricochet in unpredictable directions, deflecting off objects, words, and other thoughts, lights go off and bells ping. His work is equally dizzying,...
  • Most mainstream films and media continue to portray native culture as part of the past. As the number of aboriginal youth interested in becoming filmmakers, writers, directors and producers increases, a greater variety of aboriginal...
  • Fluid is a proposition; the exhibition invites us to question what it means to live between fluid relations and dimensions through the work of eight emerging artists. Fluidity in relation to the body involves its leaking, its loss, its...
  • Fait Maison: Home is where the art is House Warming Party: Friday, July 3 at 7:00 pm Moving Party & Sale: Sunday, August 2 at 2 pm Initiated by Thomas Grondin, Fait Maison was conceived of as a party, a laboratory and a performance...
  • Exploding Indians, The Art of Roger Crait “I have prepared one of my own [timecapsules]. I have placed some rather large samples of dynamite, gunpowder, and nitroglycerin. My time capsule is set to go off in the year 3000. It will show...
  • 111101 takes as its starting point the idea that information and knowledge have become forms of currency in contemporary life. Eduardo Aquino's project makes this idea wittily - even anarchistically - visible.? Aquino's exploration uses...
  • GALLERY 101 PROUDLY PRESENTS: IN COLLABORATION WITH THE ABORIGINAL CURATORIAL COLLECTIVE CO-PRESENTED BY THE FOREMAN GALLERY, BISHOP’S UNIVERSITY, LORE "The truth about stories is that that's all we are." - Thomas King There is much to...
  •       We  Travel Like All People We travel like everyone else, but we return to nothing. As if travel were a path of clouds … We measure space with a hoopoe’s beak, and sing so that distance may forget us. … Let me rest my...
  • Rendering the human figure has long been central to Linda Carreiro's work. Her installation Dissection is the latest in a series of pieces that move from her earlier depiction of figures as subjects of narrative and metaphor, to the human...
  • Using sculptural tools, David Diviney explores object relations that suggest narrative, sometimes humorous and/or parodic structures. His story lines are often left broken, awaiting repair. The work that constitutes the exhibition Decoy at...
  • For centuries the Indigenous people of North America have made imprints in the landscape with the use of stone. Inuit people built guideposts to food caches and hunting locations, making landmarks in a vast landscape. The Woodland Indians...
  • El Salvador was rocked by civil war in the 1980s with U.S-backed forces aiding in the subsequent killing of thousands that would mark the country and result in the fleeing of thousands of refugees to countries such as Canada. Osvaldo...
  • Antonia Hirsch presents a series of photographic portraits in which participants were asked to gesturally estimate the length of a meter. All images of this series are scaled consistently, preserving the differences in these estimates....

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